Also offered via Ecampus.
The Education undergraduate minor is composed of a selection of courses that represent careers and key topics in education-related fields. The minor is open and intended for majors outside of education to obtain an overview of educational careers and concepts. An undergraduate minor in education would be valuable to anyone interested in education and workplace training in their chosen field or in doing outreach education. Some but not all courses in this minor are part of a licensure program. The minor does not result in a teaching or counseling license, but does provide the course work for a Career and Technical Education License in Oregon.
A grade of C– or better is required for all courses used to complete minor requirements. Such courses cannot be taken for an S/U grade.
|ED 216||*PURPOSE, STRUCTURE, AND FUNCTION OF EDUCATION IN A DEMOCRACY||3|
|ED 219||CIVIL RIGHTS AND MULTICULTURAL ISSUES IN EDUCATION||3|
|ED 253||LEARNING ACROSS THE LIFESPAN||3|
|Select 18 credits of non-licensure undergraduate courses offered through the College of Education. These include but are not limited to the following: 1||18|
|INTRODUCTION TO PROFESSIONAL COUNSELING|
|EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY, LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT|
|LEARNING STYLES AND NEEDS IN ADOLESCENCE|
or ED 520
|CURRICULUM, INSTRUCTION, AND ASSESSMENT FOR CTE|
ED 434 Spanish Communication for Educators I (PENDING APPROVAL)
|FOUNDATIONS OF ESOL EDUCATION|
|LINGUISTICS FOR TEACHERS|
|TEACHING MATH TO SECONDARY LEARNERS IN CONTEXT|
|READING AND WRITING FOR SECONDARY LEARNERS IN CONTEXT|
|INTRODUCTION TO CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION|
|INQUIRY IN SCIENCE AND SCIENCE EDUCATION|
|OVERVIEW OF FREE-CHOICE LEARNING|
Additional undergraduate courses are available in Counseling (COUN) and Adult and Higher Education (AHE).
Minor Code: 495